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Today's News

  • Woman accused of forging prescriptions

    A Campbellsville woman has been arrested and charged with forging prescriptions and attempting to fill them at a local pharmacy.

    Fran M. Vaughn, 49, of 2913 Meadowcreek Road was arrested at 2 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 29.

    According to Vaughn's arrest citation, she is accused of forging a prescription for a controlled substance three times at Kroger on KY 210. The doctor listed on the prescription, court records state, told police that she did not sign them.

    The citation states that Vaughn wrote a statement for police confessing to the crime.

  • Class of 1964 reunion is Nov. 7

    The Taylor County High School Class of 1964 will have its 45th reunion Saturday, Nov. 7.

    For more information, contact Brenda Philpott at 465-6346 or by e-mail at brenda0624@windstream.net or Myna Graham at 465-6514 or by e-mail at mynagraham@windstream.net by Friday, Oct. 30.

     

  • Raiding school funds is sorry politics

    With apologies to Henny Youngman, "Take my politicians - please!"

    To balance the state budget, Democratic Gov. Steve Beshear and his sidekick, House Speaker Greg Stumbo, before being bailed out with federal stimulus funds, were convinced that slots at racetracks would save not only our budget woes, but would rescue the horse racing industry, too.

  • Sheriff's department investigating robbery

    Taylor County sheriff's deputies are investigating a home robbery on Lakeway Avenue last Friday.

    According to a Taylor County Sheriff's Office report, deputies responded to a report of the robbery at about 11:30 p.m. The report states that three men, one of whom was armed with a handgun and carrying a baseball bat, entered a garage at 41 Lakeway Ave. The report states that the men tied up three people at the home and then stole several items.

  • Woman accused of attempting to hit another with car

    A Campbellsville woman has been arrested and charged with first-degree wanton endangerment after she allegedly tried to run over another person with a car.

    Cherry Vanessa Lynn Gore, 20, of 138 Ray Court was arrested at 6:05 p.m. Wednesday, Oct. 28.

    According to an arrest citation, a man called Campbellsville Police Department at 5:30 p.m. and told officers that Gore had attempted to strike him with her vehicle.

  • Council tackles resident complaints

    Campbellsville City Council members took steps Monday night to address several resident complaints.

    On-going yard sales, communications towers and the location of a waste disposal service near a residential area were all discussed.

    Campbellsville Mayor Brenda Allen said residents have called to complain about people in their neighborhoods keeping items for sale in their yard year round.

    "We have had numerous complaints about constant yard sales," Allen said.

  • Elimination begins on Friday

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  • Send us your questions

    Now that the both the Democratic and Republican candidates for the vacant 14th District Senate position have been chosen and a special election set for Dec. 8, the Central Kentucky News-Journal wants to help readers learn all they can in order to make an informed decision about who they believe will best represent them.

    To that end, the CKNJ will team up with The Lebanon Enterprise, The Springfield Sun and The Kentucky Standard to bring you a candidate forum featuring both Republican Jimmy Higdon and Democrat Jodie Haydon.

  • Tough Times: Many choose to search for values at local consignment stores.

    Cooler temperatures have sent many people to their closets in search of warmer shirts, jackets and pants. Those looking to buy new clothing this year, however, might search for it in a different place, one where they can stretch their dollars and get more for their money.

    Several local consignment shop owners say they expect to see an increase in their sales this upcoming winter season.

  • CU announces KHIPP schedule

    Campbellsville University's Kentucky Heartland Institute on Public Policy will host numerous events during the coming semester covering various topics of interest.

    All of the events are free and open to the public.

    "The fall 2009 KHIPP schedule is one of the very strongest group of speakers we've had since KHIPP's founding in 2001," John Chowning, vice president of church and external relations and executive assistant to the president, who is founder of KHIPP, said.